About St. Paul's

St. Paul's became a parish church in 1837. We are a vibrant, eclectic community whose membership includes newborns and nonegenarians, life-long residents of Michiana and those new to the community, professors and students, retirees and young families, and many many more.

This diversity in membership combines with a common commitment to the faith and practice of the Episcopal Church as past of the worldwide Anglican Communion. We warmly welcome visitors and encourage everyone to join us during our post-worship coffee hour. Members of our congregation participate in a variety of programs and activities that build faith, promote social justice, engage with the community, and strengthen relationships with Christ and with each other. Our worship services are vibrant, grounded in tradition, and open to fresh movements of the Holy Spirit. We invite you to learn more about who we are as a parish, through this website, in person, or by contacting us. Consider joining our electronic mailing list to stay updated on life at St. Paul's.

To learn more about St. Paul's check out the links to the left for our mission statement, worship practices, lay and clerical leadership, and our history.

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